The following Live Stream Footage of Toy Tinker Simulator BETA is either an alpha version, beta version, early access or, demo of the game. Therefore, the footage you see may or may not be featured in the final version
of the game, also there may be some noticeable bugs in the game.
In this Live Stream, Ready Set Indie Games plays Toy Tinker Simulator BETA on PC.
Simulator BETA is a simulation game in which you take the reigns as a toy restorer. I really enjoy simulation games and playing this reminded me of the Netflix show The Repair Shop,. The basis of the game is that an old toy comes in and you take the time to
restore the toy to its former glory.
This is the BETA version of the game so that means that this isn't the final version of the game which means there is room for change for the game. I will admit that I was
a little confused with some of the user interface things. Such as when you are pulling the toy apart, I was under the impression that you had to click on the hand in order to pull the toy apart, but this was not the case once the hand shows up you just pull
the toy apart.
Another thing I pointed out and this might just be nit picking but I would like the painting station to be located outside, just because my brain knows that spray paints are supposed to be used in
an open space area due to the fumes, again it's probably just me being nit picky, but it would be nice if it was a little real to life.
Another thing is I would like the ability to either queue multiple toys
or at least purchase the supplies for the other toys if not being able to queue multiple toys. I am hoping that the game when released in its full version will offer more complex toys as well, as I do find the game relaxing. One of the things that I found
interesting in the game as well was after you finished the toy it takes a snapshot and does a reveal of sorts. The only thing is that the music for the reveal and the music for the game clashes, so during reveals it would be nice if the music for the game
actually cuts out for the reveal music to play, and then after the reveal, the game's music restarts back up.
The game also offers a Toy Museum that you can open up or at least look at as in the BETA you don't
have access to it, so I am looking forward to seeing what the Toy Museum has in store when the full game releases.
Overall, if you like simulation games I would say wishlist Toy Tinker Simulator so that you are
notified when the game comes out. Also, try out the BETA for yourself and let the developers know what you like and don't like. With your feedback, the game can become better.
If you would like to play Toy Tinker
Simulator BETA for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):
Free to Play
live on Twitch -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/readysetindiegames